Lately, I’ve been obsessed with Instagram. I post an average of a photo a day and I think I may be getting addicted.
Here in Michigan, we generally have bipolar weather. But if the weather is good for anything, it’s the snow. Last year, we actually had none. It was probably the most depressing thing because I kept getting my hopes up for the possibility of a snow day. But this year things are different. Where I’m located, we received a little bit over 9″ as shown here:
And while it was blustering out there in the cold, I lay on my living room couch, watching Alice in Wonderland and falling asleep. But while I was there and my eyelids kept trying to close, I saw an opportunity to get this photo arise:
I couldn’t just pass this up to catch up on a few Zs.
And for those who may care it was this version of Alice I was watching:
Another bipolar problem with Michigan weather is you get too used to this:
At least I still do. As much as it makes me sad when the snow melts, it makes life easier for me because my Mom doesn’t hound me to wear proper snow boots (and this year in particular it’s a problem because I don’t have any).
Now on days like the one above, I like to sit around and eat because, like I said before, I’m sad, it’s sad, we’re all just sad. And what better to help with sadness than pumpkin pie and ice cream.
To quote myself, “I’ve created something heavenly,” I said after taking one bite.
And somewhere throughout all of this I managed to read The Glass Menagerie,
hated on The Hunger Games a bit, got two new hats (one pictured below,
and I found all the Christmas spirit in the house.
I also tried my first Chocolate Chip Frappe from McDonalds (and it was sooo good).
Another quote from me, “This. Was. Awesome.” I know, profound and life-changing, isn’t it?
Well, that is the conclusion of this Instadiary. I hope you all had a Merry Christmas (or a Happy Hanukkah or are having a Happy Kwanzaa) and Lucy Claus and I would like to wish you a Happy New Year.